I'm not sure at this writing whether Limbaugh has subsequently predicted the actual date that our republic will go down in flames as a result of his having been barred from joining this particular men's club.
In point of fact, however, l'affaire Limbaugh -- which was inarguably a public relations disaster for the group that first invited him, and then disowned him -- exemplifies two quintessential realities of America, ones that I have to assume Limbaugh himself embraces. Namely:
• When you become a business liability, your once-chummy fellow businessmen will turn on you.
• Actions have consequences.
The idea that the left or somebody like Sharpton speaks for the NFL or the individuals trying to buy the Rams is beyond laughable. There was only one reason Limbaugh was told by
No, Limbaugh was a red flag, trouble from the start, which Checketts (who in the past has been a sharp guy) and his group should've realized. Why? Not because Limbaugh is a political conservative, a designation that no doubt
Limbaugh has every right to suggest that Philadelphia Eagles quarterback
And that's why his would-be playmates have every right to say they don't want to play with him anymore.
In contrast to what he and his fellow right-wing bloviators are now claiming, the exclusion of Limbaugh couldn't be more in the American tradition.